Our Shetland Sheep
Our Shetlands are pasture raised in rotation with our cattle. We selected Shetlands that come from proven lines that provide great wool and mothering abilities. Shetlands are a heritage breed known for their adaptability, hardiness, longevity, and lambing ease. These little sheep are easy to get along with and take care of themselves. They also come in a large variety of beautiful colors.
Jacoba is a ewe who was lambed in April 2010. She is a twin. We added her and her sister Esaung to our flock in summer of 2017. She is Emsket in color. She is the mother to Angus.
Jamima was one of our first sheep we added to our farm. She is our only unregistered Shetland. She was lambed in the spring of 2015. She was a twin and is Musket in color. She is a very curious girl and a great mother.
Chula is a ewe who was lambed in April 2015. She was a triplet and was bottle raised because her mother could only count to 2. We added Chula to our flock in the fall of 2016. She is White and carries Pheomelanin. So far she has only had single lambs.
Esaung is a ewe who is the twin sister the Jacoba. She was added to our flock with Jacoba. She is the mother to Fern. She is Musket in color.
Fern is a ewe who was lambed in April 2017. She was a twin and is daughter to Esaung. She is Grey in color.
Onyx is a ewe who was lambed in April 2016. She was a twin. She is Black in color with Iset markings.
Koenig is a ram who was lambed in 2018. He has the best personality, super gentle. Koenig is a Moorit with Flecket/ Katmoget markings.
Sgt. Pepper is a ram who was lambed in 2019. He is a well put together gentleman.
Turnip is a registered Romeldale CVM. She was lambed in 2017.
Pajamas is a ewe who was lambed 2019. She is a registered Romeldale CVM.
Hannibal is a ram who was lambed in 2016. He is a Cheviot cross.